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Antigua and Barbuda’s visa exemption provides a favored haven for Kuwaitis

The Caribbean country is known for its energizing and vibrant atmosphere, featuring beaches adorned with coral reefs and surrounded by rainforests, all harmoniously blending with modern luxurious hotels and resorts.

  • Antigua and Barbuda annually welcomes over 1.5 million tourists arriving by air and sea

  • The Caribbean country is favored by the affluent, celebrities, and investors.

  • Antigua’s passport ranks 27th in the world and grants its holder visa-free access to 156 countries

With Antigua and Barbuda announcing visa exemption for Kuwaitis, this Caribbean country joins the list of preferred destinations for Kuwaitis seeking a tranquil haven with beautiful beaches and mild weather year-round.

Antigua and Barbuda is an independent Commonwealth country known for its energizing and vibrant atmosphere, featuring beaches adorned with coral reefs and surrounded by rainforests, all harmoniously blending with modern luxurious hotels and resorts.

365 beaches

What makes this country truly unique is its 365 beaches, set against the warm and tranquil waters of the Caribbean Sea, offering an array of amazing features and services to be enjoyed.

A tourist can visit a new beach daily throughout the year, without repeating a single beach, making it a favorite destination for tourists and celebrities alike in this sunny Caribbean country.

The English Harbour serves as a prominent yachting center, while Nelson’s Dockyard stands as a historic site. In the capital, St. John, the National Museum showcases original colonial artifacts.

Antigua and Barbuda annually welcomes approximately 1.5 million tourists arriving by air and sea, with a majority coming from the United States, Canada, Britain, and various European countries.

Favored destination

It is a favored destination for the affluent, celebrities, and investors, many of whom have chosen to invest in real estate, tourism, and the service sector.

Since gaining independence in 1981, Antigua and Barbuda has had the King of Britain as its head of state, with the Governor-General serving as his representative in the country.

It is a member state of various international organizations, including the United Nations, the Commonwealth of Nations, the Caribbean Community (CARICOM), the Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States, the Organisation of American States, the World Trade Organisation, and the Eastern Caribbean Regional Security System.

Antigua’s passport ranks 27th globally

Antigua’s passport ranks 27th in the world and grants its holder visa-free access to 156 countries, including Schengen countries, the United States, Britain, China, and Russia. This high degree of mobility makes it a desirable passport.

Antigua and Barbuda is a key member of the CARICOM agreement (CARICOM stands for the Caribbean Community), which aims to create a free trade market among a group of countries in the Caribbean Islands region. This agreement lowers tariffs on the region’s markets, fostering greater cooperation among member states.

This agreement also facilitates activities that contribute to integrating developing regions with developed regions.

Citizenship by investment in Antigua and Barbuda offers many advantages, including access to all 15 CARICOM countries.

Unique blend of modernity

Antigua and Barbuda offer a unique blend of modernity and picturesque nature, providing tourists with diverse and rich experiences, including beaches and resorts, historical sites, geological formations, artistic attractions, observation points, islands and water bodies, shopping centers, wildlife areas, history museums, monuments and statues, farms, mountains, and sports complexes.

How to get to Antigua

Antigua and Barbuda are three hours from Miami in the United States by plane, four hours and 10 minutes from New York, and up to eight hours from London by plane.

Celebrity destination

As a celebrity destination, Antigua and Barbuda attract some of the most prominent personalities and public figures. For instance, Oprah Winfrey owns a luxury property in Jambi Bay, a private island resort that offers panoramic views of the Caribbean Sea.

A prominent figure who owns property in this country is fashion designer Giorgio Armani, whose stunning villa is located in the exclusive Galley Bay Heights area. This location is famous for its breathtaking views and secluded beaches, providing the perfect environment for relaxation and privacy.

English businessman and investor Richard Branson also owns property in Antigua, specifically on Mosquito Island, part of the British Virgin Islands. It is a special haven that offers luxury and adventure, with many activities ranging from water sports to wildlife encounters.

Celebrities include Eric Clapton, a legendary rock musician, whose isolated farm, Standfast Point, is located on the south coast of Antigua. It is famous for its stunning views of the port of Valmouth and the Atlantic Ocean.

Finally, actor and director Robert De Niro invested in a multimillion-dollar resort project in Barbuda, the sister island of Antigua. The project, called Paradise Found, aims to boost the island’s economy while maintaining its natural beauty.



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